photo Adrian Lewis Theft costs the city millions, and it's time the politicians and the police took action
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LCC communications officer Mike Cavenett said, "The situation where people are having to 'police' street markets and websites themselves has got to stop.
"Theft costs the city millions in property each year, along with the hidden cost of all those lost cyclists who can't afford or just don't have the will to replace a stolen bike."
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